The media giant Disney has announced it will be entering the online video streaming market next month. It will launch its subscription-based service DisneyLife in the UK, where users will be able to access it for £9.99 per month. DisneyLife will include Disney and Pixar films and TV programmes, as well as Disney music and books. It will not include content produced by Lucasfilm or Marvel, however. The entertainment giant announced that after its initial launch in the UK, it will also launch in Germany, France, Spain and Italy. It will face fierce competition from rival video streaming companies that operate in Europe, such as Amazon and Netflix. Netflix in particular in engaging in a huge international push the moment, having said that it wants to be operating in 200 countries by the end of 2016.